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Carpet Logo Floor Mats – The Quality Speaks For Itself!

Posted on: November 25th, 2012 by

Personalized floor mats for your businessI recently, FINALLY, got business cards and now I’m looking for reasons to give them out! I got my first opportunity a few days ago. As you may not know, I have become permanently damaged and have this constant need to examine any “Mat” I come across. Well, I was at a car repair shop and noticed their Carpet Logo Mats were in horrible condition! I could clearly see the name of the company they got it from; it’s one that makes the mat and also picks it up and cleans it for you.

Now I’m not going to throw that company under the bus, but they don’t seem to have a very good product. Granted the fact that they have a cleaning service is probably a big appeal, but I would think a mat that’s easy to clean yourself (like ours) is probably better.  It also seemed to me that they either don’t know how to clean their mats right or have a very low quality mat. The one I saw had absolutely no border on one side, and according to the repair shop guy- he was told that just happens sometimes, and he’d need to buy a new mat. I saw my chance. I casually pulled out a card and said “check out my company’s website, our mats won’t fall apart when you clean them”.  I should have also mentioned that the artwork on our entry logo mats would be much clearer than his mat, but I didn’t want to bad mouth the competition anymore.

I’ve always believed that our quality speaks for itself.  Carpet Logo Mats are a great way to advertise at the entrance of your business. These personalized floor mats have a washable, rubber gripper back for safety and longevity.  In addition, these mats are durable and fade-resistant.

He’ll call, eventually. Especially now it’s starting to rain he’ll probably have a need for a mat with borders. Even if his current mat has the capacity to hold water and debris, without a border the water will just leak out.  I almost feel like going back over there to point out that with the current weather his mat will probably need to be cleaned more and could potentially fall apart more.

On a side note (as a testament to how great our stuff holds up) I bought my grandma a cushion comfort mat over a year ago and I know it gets plenty of abuse.  It looks a little darker but with no tears or scuffs.  As important, it held its cushion feel very well, it still feels brand new!